Assistance League of Wichita's
Do $i Dough Fundraiser
May 4, 2017 6:30-9:30 pm
Prairie Rose Chuckwagon - Hopalong Cassidy Building
15231 SW Parallel Rd., Benton, KS
Bar BQ, Bingo, Auction, and a little Kickin' Up Your Heels
Tickets are $75 each ($50 tax deductible) and available at our Thrift Shop (2431 E. Douglas), or make a reservation by emailing email@example.com and pay at the door.
AUCTION ITEMSHomemade Pies - 13 pies made by 13 of the best bakers in Wichita (mouth-watering strawberry-rhubarb, caramel apple, apple, peach, cherry…just to name a few!) Night at the Marriott - $300 gift certificate, brunch for two at Scotch and Sirloin ($34), and basket of wine and chocolate Weekend at the Ranch - Weekend for 2 at the Circle S Guest Ranch, in McLouth, KS, near Lawrence, chocolate and wine basket Family Adventure - Passes for Exploration Place, Sedgwick County Zoo, Art Museum, Botanica Gardens gift basket (includes family membership), Family Portrait certificate from professional photograper Christopher Clark*, Old Chicago (4-$10 gift certificates+ t-shirts & glasses), board game, puzzle, selfie stick, pie gift card from Spears, an LG tablet from Hephners, four Warren theater tickets, and gift certificate for oil change from Subaru of Wichita Babs Mellor “Trail Boss”sculpture (Yes, THAT Babs Mellor!) Ode to Be Pampered Basket - Chocolate from Cocoa Dolce, Basket from Bungalow26, pressed flower picture from the talented and professional, Janet Stanley, beauty items from Von Maur,, jewelry box, Kate Spade necklace, bracelet, and earrings and jewelry from First Place, wine Au Deux - Tickets to Roxys Downtown, Family Portrait certificate from professional photographer Christopher Clark*, gift certificate to Deanos ($70), brunch for two from Scotch and Sirloin, selfie stick, Waterford frame, wine Pour Quatre - Wine Tasting for four at Wildwood Cellars, tickets and backstage passes for four to Music Theater including invitation to the Founders Room at intermission, wine, two gift certificates for pies from Spears Pet Basket - $125 Professional photograph from Islay Corners Photography, gift basket from Woof Gang Bakery and Grooming ($50) dog cookies, gift certificate to Fetch ($10, a restaurant where you can take your pet), and multiple pet-care items Western Canvas - A large painted western-themed canvas for hanging Patriotic wall hanging quilt Another wall hanging quilt Items from First Place Limited print from Charles E. Rogers worth $300 Family Portrait certificate from professional photograper Christopher Clark* BINGO PRIZES Western Basket - Four tickets to Strong City rodeo, whiskey, cowboy boot-shaped glasses, western ornaments and wall hook, turquoise ring & bolo tie in silver setting, & silver belt buckl Artist-in-Making - Easel (marking board and reel paper), extra paper reel, art supplies, art classes at The Art Park, two aprons, selfie stick, LG tablet from Hephners Taste of Wichita Basket - Chocolate basket from Farris Wheel,2-$25 Gift certificate to Strouds, 12” Golf bank with 2-$25 gift certificates from Kernel’s Popcorn, gift certificate for brunch at Scotch and Sirloin ($34), gift certificate and cook book from Tonya’s Soup Kitchen ($33) RAFFLE PRIZES 4 gift certificates for oil change from Subaru of Wichita Two painted wooden cowboy boots Gift certificate for pie from Spears 3 Selfie sticks Gift certificate for brunch at Scotch and Sirloin Several bottles of wine *Professional photograph from Christopher Clark (value: $465) includes: Planning session with Christopher to discuss clothing, location Session at Natzfiger Park, Old Town, Oak Park, Botanica or his studio Great selection of poses in any combination of family members including entire group, kids alone, Mom and Dad, family pet, even grandparents 1-11 X 14 Linen Textured and Mounted Family Wall Portrait Good for family type portrait only You can purchase tickets on our Support Tab. Choose Donate button on bottom and enter $75 per ticket needed. They will be available at the event. Published on Feb 11, 2017
The VISION: Assistance League aspires to meet the challenging needs of individuals in communities across the nation.
Assistance League of Wichita has been serving the Wichita community since 1984. We are an all-volunteer, “hands-on” organization of over 150 dedicated members (we have no paid staff). These volunteers cheerfully give over 15,000 hours annually to serve and fund our four philanthropic programs. Tax-deductible donations, honorariums, grants and memorials are gratefully accepted at PO Box 8072, Wichita, Kansas 67208.2016 Assistance League of Wichita Video made by member and President Elect, Lottie Miller. Assistance League of Wichita Please take the opportunity to view our video presentation about Assistance League of Wichita. VALUES: Assistance League has a rich history of supporting the vision and talents of our volunteers, all engaged in service that puts caring and commitment into action in their communities. Five Core Values inform and craft leaders' and members' priorities and actions. Commitment: We believe that providing compassionate and caring services to individuals in communities across the nation is the standard and the primary measure of our organization. We believe we exist for the sole purpose of providing philanthropic services to meet the challenges posed by a diverse array of compelling individual and community needs. Leadership: We believe that the full measure of our leaders and members is the sum of the products of their vision, professionalism, ethics, sensitivity and the quality of responsiveness to individual needs. Ethics: We believe that integrity and authenticity in communication and action best demonstrate the most basic, intrinsic values held by member volunteers of this organization. Accountability: We believe that full accountability is the responsibility of the our leaders and members, and is an appropriate expectation of this organization by those who support Assistance League's work and those who receive its services. We believe that this responsibility demands and drives prudent fiscal and physical management, transparent internal and external relationships, viable program assessment and reasoned evaluation of personnel and organizational performance. Respect: We believe in the intrinsic value of those we serve and of those with whom we serve. We believe that we can best demonstrate our respect for this value by providing fair and equitable treatment for our member and community volunteers, the recipients of our services and our donors and patrons. In 2014 we were recognized by Great Non-profits for the surveys and feedback of a members and patrons. In June of 2015 we completed the Gold Level of Participation on the Guidestar Exchange. Donors can now be assured that we meet the highest standards of financial responsibility and impact on our community.